No Dumb Questions
Uncle Bill Becomes Aunt Barbara

New Day Films
Show More

Related videos

Three Voices - Love Through the Eyes of Three Women from Different Generations
Three Voices recounts the intimate love stories of three women of different generations: a teenager, a middle-aged divorcee, and a 90 year-old great grandmother. Each woman is revealed in her intimate space, spaces that are not only physical interiors but memories, personal archives, and a constellation of objects that fill…
She's a Boy I Knew - An Auto-Ethnography of a Filmmaker's Transition from Male to Female
They say that when someone comes out of the closet, they can't stop talking about it. Vancouver filmmaker Gwen Haworth not only talked she made a movie. Using archival family footage, interviews, phone messages, and hand-drawn animation, Haworth's documentary 'She's a Boy I knew' begins in 2000 with Steven Haworth's…
Dear Lisa
The filmmaker questions her sister, herself and others about the dreams and hopes they had growing up as girls in contrast to the reality they face as women. Topics include: childhood, athletics, careers, motherhood, body image, sexual assault and self-esteem. Made in 1990, this film documents a growing awareness of…
The Shape of Water - Women in the Developing World Offer Solutions
An award-winning, intimate encounter with five very different women in Brazil, India, Jerusalem, and Senegal, THE SHAPE OF WATER offers a close look at the far-reaching and vibrant alternatives crafted by women in response to environmental degradation, archaic traditions, lack of economic independence, and war. Narrated by Susan Sarandon with…
Kate Bornstein is a Queer and Pleasant Danger
Transgender-dyke. Reluctant-Polyamorist. Sadomasochist. Recovering-Scientologist. Pioneering Gender Outlaw. - Meet Auntie Kate. Trailblazing performance artist-theorist-activist, Kate Bornstein, takes us on a mind-bending quest through her world dismantling gender and seeking answers to the age-old question: What makes life worth living? Kate Bornstein is... captures rollicking public performances and painful personal revelations…
Queen Elizabeth
Part of the Series: In Their Own Words
Journey into the six decade reign of one of the world's most influential women. Follow Queen Elizabeth II's remarkable life, from her youth--when few expected she'd ever wear the crown--to her uncle Edward VIII's stunning abdication, and her father's subsequent coronation as King George VI. Witness her experiences during World…
Breaking Silence: The Sisters at deSales Heights
This compelling documentary reveals life behind the cloistered walls of a 150-year-old monastery, as it follows the twelve elderly nuns preparing to face the outside world for the first time in their adult lives. Breaking Silence: The Story of the Sisters at Desales Heights examines the effects on the members…
Gender Matters - Transgender Youth
Six short films, including narratives and documentaries, delve into the lives of transgender & gender expansive young adults appear in this collection. Narrative short Eddie tells the story of a young Latina who's just one of the boys and a VIP in the neighborhood kickball game. But on this particular…
Flirting With Danger - Power & Choice in Heterosexual Relationships
Social and developmental psychologist and author Lynn Phillips explores the line between consent and coercion in this thought-provoking look at popular culture and the ways real girls and women navigate their heterosexual relationships and hookups. Featuring dramatizations of interviews that Phillips conducted with hundreds of young women, the film examines…
Gorgeous
Gorgeous follows the perils of cartoon character Hermoine the Modern Girl as she tackles plastic surgery, beauty therapy and bulimia in a feral fit of inadequacy. Undermined by her evil inner voice, otherwise known as Deirdre the Weird Fairy, Hermoine journeys from heavy chocolate biscuit abuse to tortuous treatment at…
Choosing Children - Launching the Lesbian Baby Boom
Being a lesbian no longer means giving up motherhood, thanks in part to the culture-changing impact of this feminist classic. These pioneering lesbian mothers figured out how to bring children into their families while overcoming social and legal hurdles Hailed as a pioneering achievement when it was first released in…
I Used To Be Darker
In this Sundance Film Festival selection -- where it was nominated for an Audience Award -- a troubled Northern Irish runaway seeks refuge with her aunt and uncle in Baltimore, Maryland. But Kim and Bill have problems of their own: they're trying to end their marriage gracefully for the sake…